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Below you will find a selection of new publications by the researchers affiliated to NordSTEVA. For a full list of publications, please click here to access the homepages of the individual researchers.

        2018 publications:

  • Bossong, Raphael and Rhinard, Mark (2018) Terrorism and Transnational Crime in Europe: A Role for Strategy? In Economides, Spyros and Sperling, James (eds.) EU Security Strategies: Extending the EU System of Security Governance. London: Routledge.

  • Kaufmann, Mareile (2018) The co-construction of crime predictions: Dynamics between digital data, software and human beings. In: Nicholas R. Fyfe; Helene Ingebrigtsen Gundhus & Kira Vrist Rønn (eds.) Moral Issues in Intelligence-led Policing.  London, New York: Routledge. 143 - 160.

  • Rhinard, Mark (2018) ‘Strategic Framing and the European Commission’ in The Routledge Handbook of European Public Policy by Zahariadis, Nikolaos and Buonanno, Laurie (eds.). London: Routledge.

        2017 publications:

  • Backman, Sarah and Rhinard, Mark (2017) ‘The European Union’s Capacities for Managing Crises’ Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Early View, DOI:10.1111/1468-5973.12190.

  • Bengtsson, Louise, Stefan Borg & Mark Rhinard. "European security
    and early warning systems: from risks to threats in the European Union
    ’s health security sector", In European Security, November 2017, 2017. 
  • Kaufmann, Mareile (2017) Resilience, Emergencies and the Internet: Security In-Formation. London, New York: Routledge.  

  • Kjærgaard, Kristoffer Christensen & Karen Lund Petersen. "Public-private partnerships on cyber security: a practice of loyalty" in International Affairs, volume 93, issue 6, 2017.

  • Kjærgaard, Kristoffer Christensen & Karen Lund Petersen. "Cyber Security - Complexity That Requires Responsibility", Copenhagen University, May, 2017.

  • Lin, L. (2018). Integrating a national risk assessment into a disaster risk management system: Process and practice. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, vol 27, pp 625-631. doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.08.004

  • Louise Bengtsson, Stefan Borg and Mark Rhinard (2017) ‘European security and early warning systems: from risks to threats in the European Union’s health security sector’ European Security, Early View, DOI: 10.1080/09662839.2017.1394845

  • Månsson, P., Abrahamsson, M., & Tehler, H. (2017). Aggregated risk: an experimental study on combining different ways of presenting risk information. Journal of Risk Research, Published online: 1 nov 2017. doi:10.1080/13669877.2017.1391315 

  • Rhinard, Mark (2017) ‘Public Policy Approaches and the Study of European Union Justice and Home Affairs’ in The Routledge Handbook of Justice and Home Affairs Research by Ariadna Ripoll-Servent and Florian Trauner (eds.). London: Routledge.

  • Rhinard, Mark (2017) ‘Resilience: a false promise for the EU’s Global Strategy’. In After the EU Global Strategy: building resilience, by Florence Gaub and Nico Popescu (eds.). EUISS, pp. 25-29.

  • Thompson, Grahame. “Reforming the Culture of Banking”. In The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation Reform, edited by Ismail Ertürk and Daniela Gabor, 398-411. London: Routledge, 2017
  • Thompson, Grahame. “Reform from Within: Central Banks and the Reconfiguration of Neoliberal Monetary Policy”. In Alternatives to Neo-Liberalism: Towards Equality and Democracy,139-157, edited by Bryn Jones and Michael O’Donnel. Bristol: Policy Press, 2017.
  • Thompson, Grahame. “Time, Trading and Algorithms in Financial Sector Security”. New Political Economy 22 (2017): 1-11.
  • Virta, Sirpa and Jari Taponen. “Policing regime in transition in the Nordic countries: Some critical notes from the Nordic reality”. In Policing European Metropolises: The Politics of Security in City-Regions, edited by Elke Devroe, Adam Edwards and Paul Ponsaers, 121-143. New York: Routledge, 2017. 

    2016 publications:
  • Andersen, Rune Saugmann. “Visual politics and material semiotics: The digital camera’s translation of political protest.” In Digital Photography and Everyday Life, edited by Edgar Gómez Cruz and Asko Lehmuskallio, 244-271. London: Routledge, ECREA book series, 2016.

  • Andersen, Rune Saugmann. “Citizens' Right to Look: Repurposing Amateur Images in the Ukraine Conflict.” In Media and the Ukraine Crisis: Hybrid Media Practices and Narratives of Conflict, edited by Mervi Pantti, 112-134. New York: Peter Lang, 2016.

  • Backman, Sarah and Mark Rhinard. Assessing Crisis Management Capacities in the European Union. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Bellanova, Rocco. “Digital, politics, and algorithms: Governing digital data through the lens of data protection.” European Journal of Social Theory, January, 2016.

  • Bellanova, Rocco, and Denis Duez. "The Making (Sense) of Eurosur: How to Control the Sea Borders?". In EU Borders and Shifting Internal Security - Technology, Externalization and Accountability, edited by Raphael Bossong and Helena Carrapico, 23-44. Heidelberg: Springer, 2016.

  • Bossong, Raphael and Mark Rhinard. Theorising Internal Security Cooperation in the European Union. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

  • Christensen, Kristoffer Kjærgaard and Karen Lund Petersen. Samarbejde bygget på forskellighed: Anbefalinger til offentlig-privat samarbejde om IKT-sikkerhed. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen, 2016.

  • Høyland, Sindre & Kenneth Pettersen. “Toward an empirical clarification of societal safety and societal security–preliminary findings from interviews with leaders and key stakeholders in Norway”. In Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice, edited by Lesley Walls, Matthew Revie and Tim Bedford, 459–466. Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.

  • Jonter, Thomas. The Key to Nuclear Restraint: The Swedish Plans to Acquire Nuclear Weapons During the Cold War. London. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

  • Jonter, Thomas. “Nuclear Power Expansion and its Safety and Security Risks in East and South Asia: Regionally Based Comparison with European Union”. In Development and Regional Cooperation in Central Asia and South Asia: Euro-Asian Perspectives, edited by Henrik Berglund, Mondira Dutta and Per Hilding. New Delhi, Pentagon Press 2016.

  • Jore, Sissel Haugdal. “Natural Disasters and Societal Security:  How to Pre-pare for an Uncertain Future.” In Natural Disasters and Societal Safety, edited by Roy H. Gabrielsen and Suzanne Lacasse, 121-133. Trondheim: Det norske vitenskapsakademi, Fagtrykk Trondheim, 2016.

  • Jordan, Silvia and Lene Jørgensen. “Risk Mapping: Day-to-Day Risk Work in Inter-organizational Project Management.” In Riskwork, edited by Michael Power, 50-72. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

  • Kaufmann, Mareile. “The digitization of resilience.” in The Routledge Handbook of International Resilience, edited by David Chandler and Jon Coaffee, 106–118. London, New York: Routledge, 2016.

  • Kaufmann, Mareile. “Drone/body: the drone's power to sense and construct emergencies.” In The Good Drone, edited by Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert, 168–194.Oxon: Routledge, 2016.

  • Kaufmann, Mareile and Julien Jeandesboz. “Politics and ‘the digital’ From singularity to specificity”. In European Journal of Social Theory, 2016.

  • Lidén, Kristoffer and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik. “Poison Pill or Cure-All: Drones and the Protection of Civilians.”  In The Good Drone, edited by Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert. London: Ashgate, 2016.

  • Lidén, Kristoffer., Nina Boy and Elida K. U. Jacobsen. Societal Ethics and Biometric Technologies. Oslo: SOURCE Societal Security Network,  2016.

  • Lidén, Kristoffe., Nona Mikhelidze, Elena B. Stavrevska and Birte Vogel. “EU support to civil society organizations in conflict-ridden countries: A governance perspective from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Georgia.” International Peacekeeping 23(2), 274–301, 2016.

  • Lin, Lexin., Claudia Rivera, Marcus Abrahamsson and Henrik Tehler. “Communicating risk in disaster risk management systems–experimental evidence of the perceived usefulness of risk descriptions.” In Journal of Risk Research, 2016.

  • Månsson, Peter, and Henrik Tehler. "How form affects function: On the possibility of aggregating risk information." In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (PSAM13), Seoul, Korea, 2-7 Oct. 2016.

  • Morsut, Claudia. “Looking for societal security in the Norwegian government’s discourse on integration.” In The Baltic Sea Region: Hard and Soft Security Reconsidered, edited by Ilvija Bruģe and Māris Andžāns, 179-200. Latvian Institute of International Affairs, Riga, 2016.

  • Nygaard, Lynn P, and Rocco Bellanova. "Lost in Quantification: The Politics of Bibliometrics." In Global Academic Publishing: Policies, Perspectives, and Pedagogies, edited by Mary Jane Curry and Theresa Lillis, xx-xx. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, forthcoming.

  • Petersen, Karen Lund. ”Efterretningskommunikation som en form for demokratisk dialog.” In Efterretningsstudier, edited by Kira Vrist Rønn, 139-160. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur, 2016.

  • Petersen, Karen Lund. “Risk and Security.” In Routledge Handbook on Security Studies, edited by Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Thierry Balzacq, 117-125. London: Routledge, 2016.

  • Pettersen, Kenneth, and Ole Lindaas. “Risk Analysis and Black Swans: Two strategies for de-blackening”. Accepted for publication in Journal of risk research. Forthcoming.

  • Pettersen, Kenneth. “Understanding uncertainty: thinking through in relation to high-risk technologies”. In Routledge Handbook of Risk Studies, edited by Adam Burgess, Alberto Alemanno and Jens Zinn, 39-49. Forthcoming.

  • Rhinard, Mark. The Democratic Legitimacy of Transboundary Crisis Management in Europe. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Rhinard, Mark. The Crisification of European Integration. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Rhinard, Mark and Bengt Sundelius. “Forward Resilience and Enhanced Cooperation: Bringing Theory to Practice.” In Forward Resilience: Protecting Society in an Interconnected World Working Paper Series, edited by Dan Hamilton, 53-67. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 2016.

  • Rønn, Kira Vrist. Efterretningsstudier. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur, 2016.

  • Rønn, Kira Vrist. ”Efterretningsetik: Uden for lovens rammer.” In Efterretningsstudier, edited by Kira Vrist Rønn, 219-250. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur, 2016.

  • Rønn, Kira Vrist. “What is intelligence ethics? A critical review and future perspectives.” In International Journal Of Intelligence And Counter-Intelligence Vol. 29, (2016): 201.

  • Røyksund, Marie., Ole Andreas. H. Engen and Terje Aven. “Implications of a New Perspective of Risk in the Norwegian Petroleum Regulation.” In Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice, edited by Lesley Walls, Matthew Revie and Tim Bedford. Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.

  • Sandvik, Kristin Bergtora and Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert. The Good Drone. Oxon, New York: Routledge, 2016

  • Tallberg, Jonas and Michael Zürn. The Legitimacy and Legitimation of International Organizations: Introduction and Overview. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Tallberg, Jonas and Lisa Dellmuth. Elite Communication and Popular Legitimacy in Global Governance. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Tallberg, Jonas and Lisa Dellmuth. Explaining the National-International Legitimacy Link: Effects of Social Trust. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Tallberg, Jonas and Jan Aart Scholte. Theorizing Institutional Sources of Legitimacy in Global Governance. Unpublished paper, 2016.

  • Thompson, Grahame. “Interdisciplinary Complexities: A Review Article”. Journal of Cultural Economy 9 (2016): 322–329, 2016.

2015 publications:

  • Christensen, Kristoffer Kjærgaard; Lacoppidan, Oscar Vejen & Petersen, Karen Lund (2015). Trusler, kommunikation, nytte: Udfordringer ved offentlig-privat samarbejde om IKT-sikkerhed, policy brief. Copenhagen: CAST & NordSTEVA.
    You can access the brief here
  • Månsson, P., Abrahamsson, M., Hassel, H., & Tehler, H. (2015). On common terms with shared risks – Studying the communication of risk between local, regional and national authorities in Sweden. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 13, 441–453.
    You can acces the article here